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Title

Evaluate Students' Interaction and Happiness in Distance Learning Among Students with Learning-Difficulties During Covid-19 Pandemic

Author

Deyab A. Almaleki

Citation

Vol. 21  No. 11  pp. 119-130

Abstract

This study aimed at Evaluate Students' Interaction and Happiness in Distance Learning Among Students with Learning-Difficulties, by identifying the level of students’ interaction in distance education and differences between them, as well as its impact on their happiness to learn. To achieve the aim of the study, two scales were designed for this purpose and were applied to a sample consisting of (310) individuals. The results showed that the level of students’ interaction through the e-learning platform was at a high level. The results also showed that there was no statistically significant difference between the mean scores of males and females in the scale of students’ interaction through the e-learning platform. There was no statistically significant difference between them in their happiness for distance learning via the online platform. There were also no statistically significant differences related to the grade variable in the level of interaction through the electronic platform and in the happiness to learn, while there was a positive statistically significant effect of interaction through the electronic platform on students' happiness to learn.

Keywords

Evaluate Students' Interaction; Distance Education; Students with Learning-Difficulties; Happiness

URL

http://paper.ijcsns.org/07_book/202111/20211116.pdf